A musician was arrested anew after reportedly violating the terms of his bail. The rapper allegedly threatened someone over FaceTime and even brandished a firearm according to court documents.

Arrested in connection with the incident was Willi Junior Maxwell II or rapper Fetty Wap. He was arrested on Monday, Aug. 8, for allegedly threatening to kill someone over FaceTime and also displayed a firearm, NBC News reported.

As a result of his actions, his bail was revoked by Magistrate Judge Steven Locke of the Eastern District of New York. This means he will remain in jail for the time being.

Per court documents, the court obtained videos of a video recording on FaceTime call where Fetty Wap allegedly threatened someone on Dec. 11, 2021. He reportedly pointed the gun at the unnamed individual and said "Imma kill you and everybody you with" and “I’m gonna kill you,” something he allegedly repeatedly several times during the call.

This meant that Fetty Wap violated the terms of his Nov. 5, 2021 release on a $50,000 bond for his role in allegedly possessing and conspiring to sell controlled substances.

It was on Oct. 28, 2021 when Maxwell was arrested by the FBI for alleged drug distribution conspiracy in New York where he pleaded not guilty. He was indicted and charged with conspiracy to distribute and possess controlled substances and arraigned on those charges on Oct. 29, 2021.

Fetty Wap was one of six people indicted in the federal case where he was allegedly part of a scheme to distribute more than 100 kilograms of drugs to dealers who in turn sold them in New Jersey and Long Island.

Also, this was not the first time that Fetty Wap ran into trouble. In 2019, he was also arrested for assaulting three employees at a hotel. Maxwell reportedly hit a parking attendant following an argument, resulting in him being arrested for three counts of battery.

He was also arrested in 2017 for DUI after he was caught drag racing another car along a New York City highway.

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